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Old 12-05-2009, 12:37 PM
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The heavyweights has been a disappointment so far and kimbo didn't look good. He has no ground game at all... he's in wick-ed shape but if he can't stay on his feet, he's screwed.
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Old 12-20-2009, 03:10 PM
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Yeah, it was dissapointing, but their heavyweights...and alot of the new heavyweights don't have the cardio for MMA...and Dana White has said that win or lose, Kimbo WILL fight in the UFC...

And by the way, just because you train for alittle bit with someone...even if is bass ruton or however the fuck you spell his name, doesn't make you good...those guys train for years before even being considered to fight in the UFC so was Kimbo's performance really that surprising? If Kimbo wants to be great, he just needs more time to work on the technical points of his fighting, hes got the cardio, strength, and heart of a fight...just not the skills.
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Old 02-28-2010, 01:21 PM
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I think Kimbo is a good fighter. If he wasn't he wouldn't be in the UFC. And he beat a great fighter in his last fight (although I'm surprised it wasn't more of a slugfest).
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